Research by Dr David Littlewood wins RETF Best Research Output Prize for Henley Business School

20 March 2015

Research by Dr David Littlewood wins RETF Best Research Output Prize for Henley Business School

Dr David Littlewood, Lecturer in Reputation and Responsibility in the School of Marketing and Reputation wins this year's RETF funded Best Research Output Prize for Henley Business School, with his paper - 'Cursed' Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia, published in the Journal of Business Ethics.

'Cursed' Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia. Journal of Business Ethics.

Dr David Littlewood, Lecturer in Reputation and Responsibility in the School of Marketing and Reputation wins this year's RETF funded Best Research Output Prize for Henley Business School, with his paper - 'Cursed' Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia, published in the Journal of Business Ethics.

The prizes are awarded to acknowledge the continuing importance of high quality research to the University and competitions are run at faculty level, with nominees generated via competitions within schools and departments.

Dr Littlewood's paper examines Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and mining community development, sustainability and viability, with these issues considered in the context of Namibia and focussing on current and former company-owned mining towns.

A full text of the paper and more of Dr Littlewood's work is available to download through Reading CentAUR and Research Gate

Full paper reference

Littlewood, D. (2014) 'Cursed' Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia. Journal of Business Ethics. 120: pp.39-63.  

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257542112_Cursed_Communities_Corporate_Social_Responsibility_%28CSR%29_Company_Towns_and_the_Mining_Industry_in_Namibia